In this white paper you will learn
Accurate, trustworthy threat intelligence is a boon if you have it – but too much of it becomes a management headache. Analyst group 451 Research, surveying security leaders for its report Tackling the Visibility Gap in Information Security, found that 49% of enterprises using SIEM, EDR, and other security tools were overwhelmed by the day-to-day operation of managing and ingesting threat feeds into their growing technology stack.
The problem is one of balance: Too little intel, and your organization runs the risk of failing to notice (or be prepared for) a major threat. Too many intel feeds, and the risk is that your team becomes overwhelmed by data. Just because you have a large quantity of intel doesn’t mean your security teams and technologies can process it and use it effectively.
- How to integrate the right balance of threat intelligence across your security program
- What processes are needed to create high-fidelity threat detection
- Why examining both indicators of compromise and behavior patterns is key to detecting and mitigating threats